On Monday, The Am Law Daily posted a story about some of the lawyers involved in a case currently before an en banc panel of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, which relates to the seizure of confidential results of drug tests conducted on 104 Major League Baseball players during the 2003 season. Now Keker & Van Nest?s Elliot Peters, an outside lawyer for the players union in the case, talks with The Am Law Daily to clear up some of what he insists are misconceptions about his client's conduct.
Baseball Players' Union Lawyer Seeks to Set Record Straight on Steroid Leaks
The American Lawyer
February 11, 2009